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MUSI 337; Sondheim & American Musical Theater


 

 

Anyone can whistle

Musical comedy excerpts with the original Broadway cast, starring Lee Remick, Angela Lansbury, and Harry Guardino; Herbert Greene, arranger-conductor.

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Assassins

Original cast recording. Recorded Mar. 6-7, 1991, in BMG Studio C. Starring Terence Mann, Greg Germann, Jonathan Hadary, Eddie Korbich, Lee Wilkof, Annie Golden, Debra Monk, Victor Garber, Patrick Cassidy, and Jace Alexander ; supporting soloists ; orchestra ; Paul Gemignani, conductor.

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Bounce

Original cast recording. Recorded Nov. 10, 2003, NPR Studios, Washington, DC. Gavin Creel ; Richard Kind ; Herndon Lackey ; Howard McGillin ; Michele Pawk ; Jane Powell ; Kennedy Center Musical Theater Orchestra ; David Caddick, conductor.

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Candide

Opera house version, 1982. Recorded at the Manhattan Center, New York, May 1985. Erie Mills, soprano ; Joyce Castle, Maris Clement, mezzo-sopranos ; John Lankston, Jack Harrold, David Eisler, tenors ; James Billings, baritone ; Scott Reeve, bass-baritone ; New York City Opera Chorus and Orchestra ; John Mauceri, conductor.

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Company: A musical Comedy

Original Broadway cast recording. Originally release as OS 3550, May 3, 1970; Recorded May 3, 1970, Columbia 30th Street Studios, New York City.

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Company: A musical Comedy

Recorded Dec. 18-19, 2006, at Sear Sound, New York. Raul Esparza, Keith Buterbaugh, Matt Castle, Robert Cunningham, Angel Desai, Kelly Jeanne Grant, Kristin Huffman, Amy Justman, Heather Laws, Leenya Rideout, Fred Rose, Bruce Sabath, Elizabeth Stanley, Renee Bang Allen, Brandon Ellis, David Garry, Jason Ostrowski, Jane Pfitsch, Katrina Yaukey ; conducted by Lynne Shankel.

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Company: A musical Comedy

Recorded Feb. 1996, at Abbey Road Studios, London. 1996 London cast recording.

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Evening Primrose

Recorded June 2001 at The Hit Factory, New York City. Neil Patrick Harris, Theresa McCarthy ; American Theatre Orchestra ; Paul Gemignani, conductor.

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Follies

Originally recorded on April 11, released in April, 1971. Original Broadway Cast.

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Follies in Concert

Recorded live at Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, September 6 and 7, 1985; New York Philharmonic ; Paul Gemignani, conductor

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Frogs (The)

Recorded June 2000 at The Hit Factory, New York City. Nathan Lane, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Davis Gaines, with chorus. American Theatre Orchestra ; Paul Gemignani, conductor.

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Funny Thing Happened (A)

Originally released on May 21, 1962. Original Broadway Cast.

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Gypsy

Recorded May 24, 1959. Original Cast

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Into the Woods

Recorded No. 9-10, 1987. Original cast.

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Into the Woods

Recorded May 2002, at Right Track Recording, New York City. Vanessa Williams, John McMartin, with supporting performers ; Paul Gemignani, musical director.

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Little Night Music (A)

Recorded Mar. 18, 1973, at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City. Original Broadway cast

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Little Night Music (A)

Aylesbury : Tring, p1996. Royal National Theatre. TRING001 Tring

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Marry me a Little

Recorded May 18, 1981, in RCA's Studio B. Original cast recording

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Merrily We Roll Along

Recorded Nov. 29, 1981, in RCA's Studio A, New York. Original Broadway cast recording.

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Pacific Overture

Original cast recording. Recorded in RCA's Studio A, Jan. 18, 1976.

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Passion

1994 Broadway cast recording. Donna Murphy, Jere Shea, Gregg Edelman, Tom Aldredge ; supporting cast ; Paul Gemignani, conductor.

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Passion

Recorded live in concert, June 12-15, 1997, at the BBC Hippodrome Theatre, Golders Green. City of London Philharmonic Orchestra ; Mark W. Dorrell, conductor.

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Saturday Night

Original New York cast. Recorded Mar. 28, 2000, at The Hit Factory, New York City.

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Sunday in the Park with George

Recorded in RCA's Studio A, May 27 and 29, 1984. New York. Original cast. Original cast.

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Sweeney Todd

Original cast. Recorded Mar. 12-13, 1979, in RCA's Studio A

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West Side Story

Recorded Sept. 29, 1957, Original Cast recording

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